A look at what Viking’s like Odin’s Aett who had settled in England would have been eating during the 10th Century.
Getting started is easy with Odin’s Aett Viking Reenactment
Being a reenactor is always changing as we learn more about the Vikings
Herbs for healing, a brief look at viking medicine
Mead is actually simpler to brew than beer or wine, it doesn’t need a lot of equipment or take a lot of work, the hardest part is giving it the time it needs to thoroughly mature To brew your own mead you will need: A large pan (4 litres) A standard demijohn Bung and airlockContinue reading “Brewing Mead”
Most of the remains of bread that have been found by archaelogists is flat bread, baked on a stone or a shard of pottery over a fire. However there are references to the more wealthy homes baking fermented bread in an oven. It seems likely that this would be something like a modern sourdough. AtContinue reading “Eat like a Viking – bread”
Making kit is one of the fun parts of re-enactment that you can do between events. At the moment the corona virus means that there are no events happening so we have plenty of time for crafting. One of the things that is always useful for a re-enactor is a good bag. We know somethingContinue reading “Hedeby Bag”